Comedian Derrick Kobina Bonney, a born and bred Ga, says he utilised vulgarity in his comedy routine because his people are vulgar and he was talking about them.
DKB, who was recently in the news after former first lady Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings described him as boring due to his use of vulgar language, has defended himself over that charge.
“All my jokes have nothing to do with the former First Lady. I was talking about Ga people and they are known for using vulgar language in a tension or pressure situation,” DKB said on a recent appearance on Joy News’ ‘Let’s Talk Entertainment’.
“I was just describing a stereotypical Ga man situation and then she conveyed it as too much vulgarity and I understand because I am serving an audience and whatever they tell me I must take in good faith.”
DKB, who has also recently been accused of dissing Ghanaians as not having common sense, also come out to defend himself against that charge.
Listen to him below…